Finding your authentic voice

By Posted in - Internal Communications on August 3rd, 2012 0 Comments

The word authentic keeps appearing in my readings this week. In my opinion, it is a word that has a powerful meaning  and is one that when said out loud sounds strong and definite.

As a company it is extremely important to be authentic to both your clients and yourself. Finding that “authentic voice” within the walls of your firm can be a challenge. At Full Circle we are constantly growing and evolving – learning along the way what our authentic voice is and how we can use it to better ourselves.

  • Practice makes perfect. Creating a forum  in which to practice internal communication will breathe life into your team.
  • You are the source of communication for your client. This means that your entire team must have the highest level of credibility possible.
  • To create credibility map out an internal communication plan.
  • Being authentic means asking yourself this question when you are working with a team member: “Did you hear what I meant for you to hear?”
  • With authenticity comes transparency, which leads to credibility, thus creating a full circle of internal communication.

Challenge your team in the upcoming weeks to define what your authentic voice is. Let me know how it goes!

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